Former University of Wisconsin athletic director and star athlete Pat Richter was named this year’s recipient of the Big Ten Conference’s Ford-Kinnick Leadership Award.
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The Badgers started the season talking about making history and completing unfinished business. They ended it by getting pushed around by a rival they've dominated.
The Badgers finished with three sacks, but their inability to make Tanner Morgan uncomfortable allowed the Gophers to win back Paul Bunyan's Axe.
Ineptitude on offense leads to awful grade as columnist Jim Polzin grades Wisconsin's loss to Minnesota and the end of the Badgers' push to reach the Big Ten title game.
The Badgers’ running game went missing as they blew their chance to play for the Big Ten title and a key pass interference call went the Gophers’ way.
A win over Minnesota would give the Badgers a 6-0 record in what arguably is the third-best division in the country.
Pokes look to send seniors out on a winning note vs. Hawaii
1. D-line needs best game: The improvement of the Badgers’ defensive line has been one of the most important factors to the defense being the FBS’ best against the run. That unit needs to have its best game of the season against the Gophers and contain the rushing attack to give the defense added flexibility against Minnesota’s quick passing game.
1. Tackle Braelon Allen: This sounds obvious, but the seven consecutive teams that have allowed Allen to rush for more than 100 yards all had trouble bringing down the Badgers’ star freshman tailback. Allen is clearly not 100%, as he’s been slow to get up after tackles and dealing with some lower-body injuries as his role has increased, but the Gophers must wrap up after contact and attack him low.